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Software Developer Interview Questions in Phoenix, AZ

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Is it possible to sort using linear time a file with lots of numbers that contain duplicates, when there are no limits of resources or space?

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It is possible, just use a hash map in the first pass, and then on the second pass store it in a one dimensional array.

if space is not a problem, create a integer array with size equal to the range of numbers. initialize all to 0. Then do array[number]++ for each number in file

use bucket sort.. if stability is not the issue. or use counting sort

Assume you need to optimize a program which has about several Billion lines of code. You can get access to the source code and make modification. So what will to do to make this program run faster? The key thing is it has several Billion lines of code, so it is impossible to analyse the code deeply.

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Heap Sorting. What data structure do you use to implement it? Time to access and sort. Code it.

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"are you interested in what type of software we develop?"

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why pearson, Inc

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Ask you to write a software program to implement a vale parking system.

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Valid Parenthesis.

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Basic C# collections, string manipulation and station-response questions.

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Multiple inheritance questions and obscure, rarely used C++ syntax

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Provided two files, one with inventory and the other with warehouses, with the item ID present in both files; code something that would merge these two into one single file using the item ID as reference.

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